With a stay at Hotel Bethlehem, A Historic Hotel of America, you'll be centrally located in Bethlehem, steps from Colonial Industrial Quarter and Moravian Museum. This 4.5-star hotel is within close proximity of Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center and Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts.
Make yourself at home in one of the 128 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets. Wired and wireless Internet access is complimentary, while iPod docking stations and cable programming provide entertainment. Private bathrooms have designer toiletries and complimentary toiletries.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as a fitness center, or other amenities including complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. This Beaux Arts hotel also features gift shops/newsstands, wedding services, and a television in the lobby. If you're ready for some gaming fun, you can hop on the complimentary casino shuttle.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. Relax with a refreshing drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges. Full breakfasts are available daily for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station. Planning an event in Bethlehem? This hotel has 14000 square feet (1301 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center, conference space, and meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary at scheduled times.
I have stayed at this hotel many times. Best show in town.
Nothing. Great place. No frequent flyer program.
Friendly, warm service. Great location for shops and food/drink
Very nice classic looking hotel. Not modern or posh but that's not what they are going for. The bed was exceptionally comfortable, and the rooms were very quiet. Absolute perfect place to stay for Musikfest if you want to be right in the thick of things.
Ease of access as a temporarily handicapped visitor with a broken leg in a full-leg fiberglass cast and crutches.
Wanted to find an area to rate 9 instead of 10 so that ratings would not look skewed however everything was a 10, some were an 11, this hotel was awesome, the staff, room, location far exceeded our expectations. This should be a 4+ star hotel.
Not a thing.
Wounderful brunch Sunday morning. Staff very nice. Room comfortable. All good.
The history behind the hotel and the staff was second to none!
character of the hotel.
room was on the small side
Old world charm in a perfect location downtown within walking distance of a a host of really nice restaurants. Staff was prompt and courteous; we were well cared for.
Not really; lobby could be a little noisy, but I'm just being picky. Lots of activity at the time.
old classic with a lot of history. Thomas Edison stayed there.
Bathroom door sticks, hard to get open
The front desk staff could not have been more hospitable. The room was tasteful, comfortable and clean. Although the hotel is 'historic' it had plenty of modern amenities. The location was great because it was within historic downtown and it was an easy 5-10 minute drive to Lehigh University. There is a fee for parking and there is no direct access from the lot to the hotel but I did not find this to be an issue. All in all I had a wonderful stay at the Hotel Bethlehem.
I love this old world hotel, however a lot of the staff is young and inexperienced. My Husband called the hotel to send my friend and I a bottle of wine as a suprise on our 'girls getaway', and he was transfered to 3 different people, and then they did not even know how much the wine was. He gave up the suprise. This truly is not acceptable. We stay at the hotel often because we have business in the area, and have had other misshaps, that just need to be addressed and all would be good! I hope someone in charge reads this and can make the changes necessary with the young staff. thank you.
Not a hotel to visit with kids really nothing for them to do. Restaraunt is fair the food is just ok.
My spouse and I stayed at Hotel Bethlehem 12/21-12/26 2009. The hotel was fully booked for Christmas week. Upon arrival we were upgraded from a Queen bedroom to a King Suite, overlooking Main Street, with it's shops and historical buildings, all decorated for the holidays. An incredible view! The hotel was spotless. My main criteria in choosing a hotel was cleanliness, and the Hotel Bethlehem met, and exceeded, my expectations in that, and ALL other categories. Our suite was comfortable and roomy, with fresh and attractive linens, and decor. The small bath, with it's marble floor and period fixtures was lovely, as well. Parking is a few spaces to the left of the hotel, in addition to a well lighted parking garage in the rear. I read a review in which the writer said they felt unsafe, as the hotel is in a dark part of town. I wandered around looking at shops early in the morning, and late night, ALONE, and never felt unsafe. The area is upscale, well lighted, and patrolled. From the front desk to bellhops, everyone was helpful and friendly, and the service top-notch. We ordered coffee several mornings at 5am and it arrived promptly, despite the early hour. They really DO have 24 hr room service. With a smile. This is an elegant beauty, that's been restored to the period. From the grand marble staircase to the large palladium windows, and well proportioned, beautifully appointed lobby, this place has charm, incredible ambience, and a complete lack of that 'stuffy' feeling one sometimes encounters in a hotel of this calibre. The 1741 restaurant, on the premises is very good, as is the Taproom, for a quick bite or drink. The Apollo restaurant, within walking distance, on Broad Street is also great for dinner.
We stayed at the Hotel Bethlehem due to a wedding nearby. My wife loves historic hotels and we were pleased at the charm and detail that this gem has received recently. The room was warm and inviting and bathroom was absolutely stunning with it's historic flair and marble accents. We ventured out on Main Street prior to the church service and were thrilled with the shops, galleries and other eateries nearby. If you visit here, be sure to explore the Moravian Book Store...it's beyond belief...just FANTASTIC. We reside about 2 hours away and look forward to finding an excuse to come to the HOtel Bethlehem again.
The hotel could not find my reservation then i showed the young snippy girl my reservation ,we stood there for about 10/15 minutes.she finaly gave us a room key.the ninth floor, last room of the hotel ! i booked the date in March & was treated rudely. We rushed to a wedding in Allentown, made it there the bride was waiting for us to be seated then the wedding started. Other service @ hotel was nice & helpful. The reception there was very organized. But because of the check in experience and a tray of food in the hall from the time we checked in to check out i would not return to hotel.
I felt very unsafe due to this hotel's location. It was very dark and decrepit looking. The rooms were tiny and the bathrooms were even smaller. I was very unhappy here and would not stay here again.
Be careful which room you recieve. I think the 9th floor is the hottest.